WASHINGTON, Oct. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sky Airline, Santiago, Chile, is the most recent airline to join the UATP network as a Merchant and accept UATP payment throughout all its distribution channels. Effective immediately, corporate clients can use UATP cards to purchase tickets from Sky Airline.
Sky Airline recognizes that in order to support the increasing corporate travel base, it was important to expand payment channels and include UATP. By becoming a UATP Merchant, Sky Airline shows that they are constantly working to uphold their goal of providing the best possible service to their customers.
"Corporate travel in Latin America has skyrocketed, and is projected to continue to rise," said UATP's VP Global Sales, David Holmes. "Becoming a UATP Merchant opens Sky Airline up to a wide range of growth in the corporate market."
Sky Airline takes pride in being well-known for their punctuality, fulfilling itineraries and providing excellent service on board. They consistently aim to be the customer's first choice by satisfying expectations.
UATP accounts are accepted as a form of payment for corporate business travel worldwide by airlines, travel agencies and Amtrak®. UATP accounts are issued by: Air New Zealand (ANZFF.PK); Aeromexico, American Airlines; Austrian Airlines; China Eastern Airlines Co., Ltd; Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL); EL AL Israel Airlines Ltd; Etihad Airways; GOL Linhas aereas inteligentes S.A. (NYSE: GOL and Bovespa: GOLL4); Hahn Air; Japan Airlines; Qantas Airways, Ltd. (QUBSF.PK); United Airlines (NYSE: UAL); and US Airways (NYSE: LCC).
About Sky Airline
Sky Airline began their operations in 2002, and is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary. They operate regular routes to 15 destinations in the Americas. Sky Airline has been a member of the IATA Clearinghouse, Achila, Alta and Mita since 2005.